Series: Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides

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Champagne & Sparkling Wine by Michael Edwards
Michael Broadbent's Wine Tasting (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides) by Michael Broadbent
Michael Broadbent's Wine Tasting (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides) by Michael Broadbent
Michael Broadbent's Wine Tasting : How to Approach and Appreciate Wine by Michael Broadbent
Mitchell Beazley Guide to German Wines (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides) by Ian Jamieson
Mitchell Beazley Pocket Guide: Wines of Italy (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides) by Burton Anderson
Mitchell Beazley Pocket Guide: Wines of New Zealand (Mitchell Beazley Pocket Guides) (Mitchell Beazley Pocket Guides) by Michael Cooper
The New France: A Complete Guide to Contemporary French Wine (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides) by Andrew Jefford
Wines of Australia (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides) by James Halliday
The Wines of Bordeaux by David Peppercorn
Wines of California (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides) by Stephen Brook
Wines of Italy (Mitchell Beazley Pocket Guides) by Burton Anderson
Wines of Italy (Mitchell Beazley Wine Guides) by Michele Shah

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